Events

Garden d’Lights Canceled for 2020 Holiday Season

Bellevue Botanical Garden recently announced that their annual event, Garden d’Lights, is canceled this year due to COVID-19. Known as one of Bellevue’s signature events, it draws over 90,000 people for a Festival of Lights that lasts over a month during the holiday season. Garden d’Lights has run from the […]

New Bellevue Fire Station Available for Virtual Tour

From now until July 6th, a seven-minute virtual tour will be available of Fire Station 10 in order for Bellevue residents to be a part of the design of the new station that is slated to have construction take place in 2020-2021. Fire Station 10 will be located at 112th […]

Bellevue Declares State of Emergency, Enforces Curfew

Bellevue Mayor Lynne Robinson has declared a civil emergency in the city of Bellevue. This is a result of looters in the downtown area damaging property and stealing merchandise. The city has also requested additional law enforcement support from the country and the state. According to the City of Bellevue, […]

Protests in Bellevue Turn into Riots and Looting

Protesters planned to gather in Bellevue this afternoon at 3 p.m. to rally against the death of George Floyd. While the protest began as peaceful, it has turned into a riot. Up to this point, protesters have been at Bellevue Square, The Shops at The Bravern, Bellevue Connection (formerly Bellevue […]

Bellevue Bike Map Updated for 2020

Bike month, which normally takes place in May, was rescheduled to June this year, due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Despite the fact that Bike Everywhere month will involve less events and in-person bike stations, there will still be incentives and activities to participate in. Bikers can earn rewards by posting […]

Bellevue Family 4th Event at Bellevue Park Canceled

Bellevue Family 4th of July, the largest event on the Eastside celebrating the patriotic holiday, has been canceled. According to the City of Bellevue, the decision was made due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order extension, and Washington’s phased plan for eventually allowing gatherings over […]